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ATF Probing Car Bomb in Mi. That Wounded Lawyer and His 2 Children

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com
ATF has jumped in to investigate the mysterious car comb that seriously injured an attorney and his two children in Monroe, Mi., Tuesday night, the Detroit Free Press reported.

The Free Press reported that the Volvo station wagon was traveling on East Elm Avenue, near the ramp to I-75, at 5:41 p.m. when it exploded.

The Free Press reported that investigators at the scene found evidence of a car bomb.

Sources told the Monroe Evening News the driver of the vehicle was attorney Erik G. Chappell.

Edwin Holly, 68, of Tecumseh was in a nearby boathouse at Riverfront Marina along Elm when he saw the explosion out the window.

Atty. Erik G. Chappell/law firm photo

“I was looking to see if there were deer and saw the car come around and go boom,” said a witness Edwin Holly,68, according to the Free Press. “I took off running to the scene to see if I could get anyone out but there was nothing I could do.”

The father and children were taken to a nearby hospital.

Chappell’s law firm webpage describes him

by saying:

“Although the majority of Mr. Chappell’s cases are business disputes, Mr. Chappell also maintains a Family Law practice and will evaluate all potential cases, including personal injury or criminal cases on a case by case basis.”

 


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